Electric Boogaloo: Cannon Films Collection | DVD (Warner)

"Cannon Films 10-Pack" DVD Collection

"Cannon Films 10-Pack" DVD Collection

RELEASE DATE: September 29, 2015

Stallone, Norris, Van Damme and Lundgren are back together for Warner’s The Bombs, Babes and Blockbusters of Cannon Films 10-Pack DVD Collection, which releases this September 29th!

The upcoming set includes Missing in Action (1984), Cobra (1986), Delta Force (1986), Over the Top (1987), Masters of the Universe (1987), Invasion USA (1987), Bloodsport (1988), The Hitman (1991) and Hellbound (1994).

And here’s the best part: Also included is Mark Hartley’s (Not Quite Hollywood) highly-anticipated Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films (read Paul Bramhall’s review), a documentary that focuses on the film creations of Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus, the two head honchos of The Cannon Film Group. | Watch the trailer.

Pre-order The Bombs, Babes and Blockbusters of Cannon Films from Amazon.com today!

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4 Responses to Electric Boogaloo: Cannon Films Collection | DVD (Warner)

  1. I just creamed my pants. Both about this documentary and the way that poster looks! =D Seen both of Mark Hartley’s documentaries and they’re both entertaining as hell.

  2. Alvin George says:

    Marcy Walker did a Cannon flick called “Hot Resort.” Future “Perfect Strangers” star Bronson Pinchot was also in that movie. Marcy was even engaged to Bronson for a time.

  3. Alvin George says:

    Erstwhile “Mission: Impossible” star Lynda Day George did a Cannon movie called “Young Warriors.” Richard Roundtree, Ernest Borgnine, and Tom Reilly (the first guy to replace Larry Wilcox on “CHiPs”) were also in the film.

  4. DougWonnacott says:

    An indie company that can produce Shakespeare and Death Wish 3 is definately going to have an interesting story behind it. Mark Hartley’s ‘Not Quite Hollywood’ might be my favourite documentary on the film industry. ‘Machete Maidens Unleashed’ was pretty good too.

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